Cookie Policy

This Cookie Policy explains how Stephen Briggs Consulting uses Cookies on my website (

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files which my Website may put on your computer when you visit my Websites. Cookies are widely used by websites and applications to help remember small amounts of information and give you a better experience using the website or application. For example, a cookie will help a website or application to recognise your device the next time you visit so you don’t have to log on again.

Certain cookies contain a limited amount of personal information. For example, if you click “remember me” when logging in, a cookie will store your username. Most cookies won’t collect information that identifies you, and will instead collect more general information to help us analyse how well my Website is performing overall so we can try and improve them.

How I use cookies

I use cookies on my Website to perform different functions. These are grouped into four main categories:

  • Technically necessary cookies. Some essential functions of my Website are only possible if information is stored persistently between each page you look at.
  • Customisation and personalisation cookies. In order to allow me to customise my content for you, I need to remember who you are and what you want. I use cookies to record your preferences regarding Website appearance, what content you’ve already read, and to present the information that is most relevant to you.
  • Performance monitoring cookies. I utilise other cookies to analyse how visitors use the Website and to monitor performance. This allows me to provide a high quality experience by customising my offering and quickly identifying and fixing any issues that arise. If I were to send marketing emails to users who have chosen to receive them, I would use a cookie that lets me track the success of campaigns.
  • Third party cookies. My Website sometimes integrates with other companies’ sites. For example, I might integrate with social networking sites such as LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook, to make it easier for you to share what you have read. These sites place their own cookies on your browser as a result of us including their icons and ‘like’ or ‘share’ buttons on my site.

How to remove or block cookies

Your internet browser has tools that allow you to remove or block cookies. More information can be found here: or

What will happen if I block cookies?

Depending on which cookies you block, the Website may stop working, or certain features may stop working correctly. If the cookies marked below as ‘technically necessary’ are blocked, the Website will probably not be usable.

Stephen Briggs Consulting Cookie List

The list below shows the cookies used on my Websites or set by third parties from my site. The list is subject to change.

  • Google Analytics